Banned Books Week 2012

Libraries, bookstores, and educators across the world celebrate Banned Books Week from September 30 to October 6th this year. Activities include readings, videos from all 50 of the U.S. States (including this one from Vermont), and all sorts of fun displays.

Today, I threw together a simple, quick, eye-catching display to show the Essex Free Library’s celebration of banned books:

What’s your favorite banned book? Check out this list of the top 100 banned/challenged books from 2000-2009.

One thought on “Banned Books Week 2012

  1. A banned book display brought me back to The Phantom Tollbooth many years after finding it in the library. While the act of banning books is awful, combating it has the side benefit of introducing people to wonderful reads.

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